Dom Thomas ongoing mixtape adventures takes us to the white isle for -an alternative journey through the balearic sound-. If, like us, youre prejudiced against foam parties, neon lycra and tan lines, this is a look at the side of Ibiza you d probably prefer an undefined assembly of sounds from all backgrounds with only one thing in common, everything is below 122bpm. Miles away from Oakenfoldian thudders, this vibe encompasses mythical genres like (but not confined to) Bongo Rock, Acid Disco and Far Flung Folk, or basically those rocking-horse-rare goodies that sound best in baking heat while twiddling your nipples on acid. Seamlessly segued and free to flit from groove to groove, Dom serves up crucial history with the mediterranean psyche of Barbet Schroeders intoxicating 69 paean More married to a smudged instrumental mix of Dreams Of Santa Anna, and all manner of smoky French pop, tipsy dub and whatever you want to call it. Slip this on in your Macclesfield back yard for a proper sunshine vibe.